Joan Miro was a Spanish painter who made very child like paintings. He often used some very simple shapes that students can easily imitate to make their own Surrealist painting.
1. Gather supplies.
2. Draw a simple figure, trace with marker and crayon.
3. Cut 2″ squares from tissue paper.
4. Brush water over art and apply tissue paper.
5. Let the tissue dry on the paper.
6. Remove the tissue.
7. Cut yarn.
8. Glue yarn to paper as desired.
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